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DEMONS OPEN "4 GAME SERIES "AT ST. JOSEPH TONIGHT 1 i White Sox Get Two Pitchers DALLAS. T K Garbnd. right h.: and Ralph Krirk paw huili r, liu't to the. Cliicii-'o by I-alias of lea - iic. G ! rl.'i nd -ihj White Sox fur ? 1 imtju-il tain (1- In (i'-in.-i mil i in ord may on lund pat f in ((. i i' the Ciir-iini CuY leave luilt.'is r-.i; Krirk: fin, v, :, on option , Shrevrport, was the Sox as ti; ir i Dallas .lu'is .i JlO.fiin'i. 11. vy 1. tion to t!.fc -fv Slot rs. Krii'ntoii port ii'-xt t-iri ji t: . I. on -on , .'.ui' Ilium mid V.'i.ii LEONARD, BAKER FIGHT TONIGHT Lightweights in 6 Round Bout at Eiverview. tonight's tun. Timer Leonard vs. f'hil Rjkrr, Ml foiimls Bill C.erdrs round-. Dan Nemo . round. I ell l.tHii founds. D-ive Mike ink Parker. Br Jill, un, fi.ur fuur four Elmer Leonard and I'hil Baker participants, in the six round main j cvpnt at fliverview nark toniehtj are ready for the opening gong, according to Matchmaker Dave Fidler. ,- Leonard and Baker are expected to furnish as interesting a bout as has been fought in the outdoor arena this gummrr. The semiwind-up battle will see Wild Dill Gerdes, always capable of enter- ei.mi.e if.u.nard. taining fans here, in a four round tangle with Dave Parker, rugged Des Moines Negro. Two other four rounders will bring together Have Xemo, southpaw hitter, and Mike Brant of Newton and Ted Lewis and Dick Van, of lies -Moines and respectively. New ton , ' CUBANS TO PLAY ; HERE SATURDAY Meet Cook's Paint Team at League Park. The Cook's Paint co. baseball i team, state Fmtnr.-. ,-lnnminns semlpro champions, and the Cuban team, the onlv whiskered Cuban Club In baseball. Will plav at Western league park Saturday at 1:30 p. m. The Cook's Faint team will use Jt strongest lineup and hopes to make a good fhow.r.g against the enfk Cucan c;'."n. Eitter Eer: F.?:erson or Don King wiU drt the fcurlins with Frank Botes btmd the hat. Thomas sr.d Foy are also available for mound d ity. Luis Bravo Tiarst. tr.e "Lefty VJIU.C Ol IUB Lumu l"'-e. in, will probably work for the visitors. Juan Vargas, one of the best of the Cuban players, w ill he stationed at shortstop. In a recent game at Boone Vargas cracked out five home runs. The probable lineups: ,h . Cook's Paint. Nelson Hurlbut Weigle Ctodman Thompson .lb ss. . 2b 2b .ss cf. lb rf. .rf 10. Monanan. if If Roy cf 3b Bogss c c . Peterson p P . Ktng p P . Foley p P Thomas pp.. WAGONER EXPECTED fa V h s i TORFPRT TODAY vi(ira tournament, will be pitted Ull lUUni aRainst Thalheimer in today's Outfielder Wagoner, slugging j other semifinal. Coggeshall ad-Kebraska state league player who. ivanced hy eliminating Jack llar- along with four others, was pur- rhased by the Des Moines Western league club last. week, will join fhe Imps at St. Joseph. Mo. today. IVagoner, who was leading the Kebraska state loop in home njs at the time of his sale to the Imps, is a lefthand hitter and intcago, 6-4. K-3, while Jennings and ids first season of professional i O'Connell, Chicago pair, won from baseball has acquired an average ground the .SfiO mark. Wagoner will probably be sent Into centerfield to take the place ; tif Charley Bates, who has heen,came back and defeated Robert Jn a severe hitting slump lately. ; Brown and Eugenie Quinn, Chi-Jiates has been with the Pemonsicago, by winning the next two sets jonly a short time and hit well his 6-2, 6-2. Rexinger and Clay Ma-lirst two games but in his last 2S honey, Los Angeles, also advanced Jimes at bat has made only one at the expense of Harry Knox, ilt. Chicago, and C. F. Cunningham, Outfielder Mike Kreevirh. the South Bend. 6-1. 6-3. tar rightfielder recently sold to! a the Chicago Cubs and whoso arm' nAOTDiOMiT CIPUT was cut in the first Des Moines f J J f Mll r f hfj I jTopeka game is improving rapid-1 jy and he expects to be back in BAYONXE. N. J. ( CP.) The The lineup when the Imps return junior lightweight title bout be-from the southern trip, the last or,tween Tony Canzoneri of Chi- Jhe season for the locals. ,ARR, ALLEN FIGHT i AT DENISON TONIGHT DENISON (CP.) Kid Carr of, ,mr ..... . ,,,mo 1?km City and Glenn Allen nf At- CLYUL HULL VVlNo lantic will headline a boxing cardi in an eight-round bout here to-! FAITH, S. D. (-Pi-Clyde Hull, .jalpht. I former Faith fighter, w on- a ten The card will be staged in the round decision over Herman Ralz-ew outdoor arena erected at thejlaff of Minot, N. D.. in the main DenlBon Country club. The arenaievent of a boxing card here Tours-Via seat 3,000, . idZ m&bU . LOCALS TURN IN 4 STRAIGHT WINS AGAINST TOPEKA Bud Tinning Wins His ! Twenty-first Start of j Year, 16 to 6. T';e Hi -minis ojM-n an important si : o .-j with St. Jum ph at St. Jo.-epil I,,;, i no lii inons and Sain!? ( ' l -ii :i Ii-il for f. oi r g.i no s in I i!,i -.. A ilMuMeli, a a 1 1 r vii'l d S'lti-i-iv. !" MoltM'K .-'a ii)' It) ' p' titiiint r.i -i ml a n oi i lit Mil's will till II. ilol::-!. I p f cluh is load :i- i-'-i'oiid iialF liy six full litiak in till-ainio--r rini'h r the Iicrnons m ii a i 1 1 r i : i i i ("Irani will ini-'ht's ttamo. pr.d.a; Tin' Demons turned in four srilii;llt I I 1 1! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 s against To. icka, t.iklng liie finnl. HI m (, Tbilisi!,,, night us Hud Tinning rtrioiinteil ,,. his tu'iit.-first iilorv of ilu- season. He was niikeil fur nn Don dozen hits, while Siimliiim nnd l.tdmrd Mllilllitleil id IN Moms. .I'diii I'ml -Ion, Cuv .-!i pp.-il into i'it.-r !m:!l failles of a dnllbli'lM'.id- Aon , ri.,n i",,r ti,. Indians ' i ! ii in hs o i r I ii-n ver. in .1 '- II" repiaci d Logan m ilu iir.-t mi and Walter in ilu- sec nnd. Tlio day's i-ifnrt K.-,v,. ik SootO'i-s I he series, .( 1 o L'.'ailli ' natiie.l tliein lo ou-t Topeka rroni J ; f t fi 1' ill Hie standings The pororid pi. ire St. Joseph iirew rallied away ihe Innaha cn-i L'aL'einent. x i n ii i n c the last till. U to ,'i, nn IlarreH's darins; hit of luis" Mealing in lite ninth, He -cored from iirst h wlilrh Lewis failed hase on a sine lo Sinn at sec-1 nnd. Tntuiler hosted (.'arisen on i no mourn. Fuehlo won the Miehita series, 1 to by annexini; the rubber, ; to 4, in I fi limines. Wyr koff s nonier lied the count in Hip ninth and iliree, siiiKles put over the winniiiK tally in the extra frame. oltiane allowed the Ilraves Hi lilts, while his. mates xv.-re held to In by Harrow and McKain. THE BOX SCORE On Moinrs-:J"hr.son. rf inson. 'b . Krtf. If .. OslpshT. lb . Bitts. cf ... ronin. os . . I inctr. c ... Tiniiinr, p Vcargin, 3b ro. i TpUIk 1 nock A . II AB. f i j : Jj Jl o ! n 2 I 0 i tl i 0j I J'"'. -i . ... t EKi-rt. ilb . . f.nldhrrr. lb ll.irvi-l, If . .. luniiin, rf ,, Hnlsh, rf ... Jiirdnn. rf .. Alurll. s ... I-vkr. ,... Siniilrlon. p l.rdfnrd, p ,, Cirden, p ... u ii TnlatK I! 21 Score hv lnninuv Prs Miiinri 001) 5 701 D 0 lfl Ionrk.i 0101 1110 1 H Summary Runn baiud In, Kfvf 3. Oaleshy '.'. t'ronin a. I,jnlp, Tinning. Ypar-Kin Swannn, Mununn 4. lljrvel S: tun base hili. iMuii.nn. Crnnin. Hjrv-rl. Oflrn-b- Johnson, Vr.jriin: banes on balls, off smcinon I I'ardrn 0. Tinnlnr 5i slrurk ' oil'- ny -sinKlelim '.'. I ardrn I, Tinnlna ft; jdollb, T, ,,,, , ronln , ,,,,. I hv, swanson lo ronln to Oglrshv. Ec-1 cert to Mrtz to (loldbern: left on bses. I p J,nir"", Tpeka ; hits, oft sin.ie- 'ton s in 4 Inninxs I none out In fifthi. ledford .- In 1-3. ( ardrn 1 In 4 2-3; bilk. it'arden: loslnc pltrher. Singleton, tm- pire, coe and Holmes. Time. t-.n. HARRIS COGGESHALL MEETS THALHEIMER IN SEMIFINAL ROUND HARBOR STRINGS, MICH. CFi Gporge J. Jennings, seeded third, Chicago, national public nirL-c phumiiion si-hn Vi n H hajn n,,j .,.,- s-ic-!'"""1' "I"" as the principal threat to the bid of Johnny Hennessey to retain his Michigan state amateur tennis championship, was eliminated Thursday by an unseeded player, Lewis Thal-heimer, in straight sets, 7-5, 6-3. i. vafnast Hennessey advanced to the semi-.... Vaidesi finals hy romping to 6-0, 6-3 vic-V'nitory over W. A. Futterer. Chicago. Nimtn in today's semifinal Hennessey "EcheEfeniw'!l meet Scott Rexinger, Chicago. ... L-inura j w-ho is seeded fifth. Kexinger put ' Richa'rdson j0llt George O'Connell, another , .. bixnnez chicaeoan, in Thursday's, plav, . ... Elhert c , c . ' .... Tiant-'. O-l. Harris M. Coggeshall, Res j Moines, la., runnerup to Hennes-isev in last week's Charlevoix Ri- ris, Chicago, 6-1. b The quarterfinals In men's dou hies also were run off largely as expected. Harris and Thalheimer defeating Wesley Allen, Glencoe, 111,, and T. Wtiler Kimball. Chi- Futterer and Lester Nash, Chicago, 6-4. 9-7. Hennessey and Coggeshall, al- though they lost the first set, 4-6 cago and Herman Perlick of Kalamazoo, Mich., was postponed for a second time Thursday night because of rain. The promoters said the bout will be held early next week. Mrs. Hi!!, Mrs. The 10- Nation's ! CHARLIE &fJ 3l?f L, iMllI 1 5EAVER i 'y I ' fl 'ttt fX t 1 I Yt JOHNNY Jf ' 'e... - I rOUMTRY CLUB )- '1 T - The national amateur golf i liniiiplimslilp ulll he decided this jenr Aug. 31 to Sept. 5 over the Iteverly Country rliib rourse at Chi-ciigo. lublioiise and eighteenth green are shown above. Among; prominent contenders lor the title l'.olibv Jones is discarding are Charlie Sealer of l."s Angeles, Jimmy Johnston of St. Paul, 1I)2'J winner; Johnny Goodman of Omaha, and T. Philip Perkins, former l-liiglish amateur champion who now lives in New York. GUARDSMEN HOLD AIHUIIU IVIttlb Athletes of tlip 133rd infantry. Iowa National guard, had their 11 day at Camp Dodge Thursday 0 with the finals event of the vari-o 11 011s sports contests being run off. Jlj Wrestling, boxing, swimming; and track stars of the group took part in t lie meets. The results: WRESTLING. 123 pound class- .lohnson. headquarters, first Lrnttht, company 2, second. 110 po-iiid clnsa -Smith, company K, first. Huff, second battalion, second, 1.18 pound class - I.emm. headquarters. first. Thaver, aniOiilancp. second 1H2 pound class - Poillnn comnanv F first. McKenzie. romps IV- I second Hi'avveiht class 'lurner. company It, flrfct, Don Meyers, rompiiny A. second- IIOXINC. 12.) pound risss Brown rnmnanv r. iirst. (ratio, company F. aecond 1J3 pound cln.ss- Sptar, headquarters, first. Caspy. enmpanv D, second, 140 pound cla.w-. Nfn'man. company K. first. Barry, company F. .ifcond 156 pound cias.v-I)raad, hf adnuarters, first, Trimbail, company C, second. SWIMMING. 100-yard backst rokf UndPrwood. company C, first. Lot t. company G. second, Crouch, company M, third. 400-yard frep style Coon, company I. first. Underwood, second. Ames, company B. third lon-vfird free ivie Coon. first. Underwood, second. Crouch, third. lno-vard hacks! roke- Hedeen. company I first, riooney, company 1. second. ncy divin-ciouch. first. sioftweU. second. Graves, company I, third. . track. 50-vard nsn- vsaues. urs : wunson. second: L'skern. third Time Oj 2. 230-yaid dnsh- t'sailp.". first; Crane, second: Liddle. third Time 23 1. to-yard dash Anderson, first . Rooney. second: .Stephens, third Time .57.3. 880-yard dash AnriTsnn, first; Bow man, second, New man, third, Shot put Crane, first ; Iteecier. second; Houser. Ihird. Distance '7 i"t 6 tnci es. High jump Vincent, first: Hart, secuna; Beattv, third. Height 5 feet 9 tnriies. Rroad jump- - Beat ty and Urn ,vn. iied for fitft. Distance 18 feet 6 inches. Johnny Kinder, new open golf champion in New Jersey, grew up from the caddie ranks in that state. ELIMINATED Miss Virpiilic Tii lVic ot Chi-laijn irrnkrnrtt nn. the second nine hi her nuitt h with Mrs. 0. S. HiU in the uomen's teestern go!? meet fridny and was defeated t up, Miss Van H ie was 1 up at the turn. Tribune DKS MOINES, IOWA, Leading Golfers Senators and . Battle for , , Only One Game Separates! the Two Clubs for Runner-up Position. m- i.. s. cam kuox (United Press Sports Editor.) NEW YORK (IT. P. ) Back from their final western inva sums, the Washington Senators and the Now York Yankees today began drives which each hope will earn second place in the final American league standings. K l ie Senators, one full game ahead of the third-plare Yankees, stand a good chance of increasing that advantage during the next two days, for while they are playing the lowly Boston Red Sox the Yankees will he meeting the formidable rhiladeTbhia Athletics This alignment will be reversed on Sunday, however. From that point on the sched-ule Rives little or no advantage ;to either team, both having ap- proxi mat ply the same number of ipames to play with the Other clubs in the league Tho St. Louis Cardinals, already ten full games out in front of the National parade, probably will be one-half notch farther In the lead by nightfall. The Cards HORSE RACES AT FAIR SATURDAY Record List of Entries to Compete Here. "With the arrival of more than 30 head of running horses, many of w hom have established .records this year. Superintendent of Speed John Griffin Thursday stated that indications pointed to record breaking field or entries for the derby day races at the Iowa state fair Saturday afternoon. Montello, derby winner at tbe state fair last year, and Miss Nobody, record holder for the mile and 70 yards on the Calgary, Canada, track, and a winner this week at Vinton, were early arrivals owned by Ben Fullweider of Iona. South Dakota. Time Will Tell, winner here last year, with a recent record of 4 9 seconds for the half mile, will doubtless represent Ira Moats of Villlsca, in derby day events. War Spangle, owned by Bub Wilson of Fonda, has arrived. This horse was a Sioux C ity winner this year and has a recent record of 4 S 1 seconds for the half mile, and placed well this year in early meets at Kansas City. Ed Bales' runner. Maudie M M. derby winner of Bloomfield. well known in Des Moines, is here. Entries for derby day close today, and many more well known tnidwestern runners are expected to arrive during the day. The featured event on the Saturday state fair program w ill be the state fair derby for $600. Four other run- j nine events, and two harness ; events will complete the afternoon's racing. HOLD GOLF TOURNEY LENOX The Lakeside Golf club will hold its first invi;ation tournament Sundav. Auc. 30. Golfers from all clubs in this part of the;Sept. Jensvoia state have been invited to enter, jhas been work-Prizes will be given to the winner I i"E with a pav-of each flight and also to the win- ing crew near ner of the consolation match in here this sum-each flight. mar. Pressler Sport Section FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1-J31. Enter Blue Ribbon Event Yankees in . Second Place meet the Pittsburgh Pirates In the only scheduled National Chicago's Cubs missed a chance to pick up a game on the idle second place New York Giants Thursday by dividing a double-header with the Pirates. Four hit pitching by Glen Spencer and Thevenow's triple with two men nn was largely responsible for the Pirates' 3 to 2 victory in the opener. The Cubs won the second game 11 to 4 by an eight-run rally in the eighth. rinkey Whitney's eight-inning home run gave the Phillies a 6 to 5 victory over Cincinnati in the only other National league game of the day. Wes Ferreil, whose work has been spotty ever since he pitched a no-hit game early in the season, returned to form to pitch the Cleveland Indians to a 11 to 1 triumph over the St. Louis Browns. Ferreil allowed but four hits. The Detroit Tigers pounded five Chicago pitchers for 13 hits and a S to 4 victory, in the only other American league game. Vic Sorrell pitched for the Tigers, and though touched for 11 hits, was stingy when hits meant runs. DEMON AVERAGES (Includes carries of Awr. 27.) AR. H. Ave. Keves tJH l.-i7 ,lf,7 Kreevich , . . I'l'l lit) .:"'17 Horn SS7 111 ...I Oclesbv .4HII lvt .:(-( Snansnn -47:1 (.ill .:t!7 Johnson Itt.l . st ,:l:t (ronln .V7 V'H .:'n:t KIlnKee M 1 ril .-; ;n Yearmn 'tufi im .il'iit I incle IKi 47 .VH Bales ?S .-. .l.'iS BILLY HERMAN TO JOIN CUBS CHICAGO (CP.) Billy Herman. Louisville second baseman, has been ordered to report to the Chicago Cubs Saturday and will be placed in the lineup immediately, according to word received here today front Manager Rogers Hornsby. Herman, who is said to have cost the Cubs $..0,000, was to have reported at the close of the American association season, but the Cubs reported at the close of the American association season, but the Cubs agreed to ship Infielder Bill J urges to the Colonels for the rest of the Siiason in order to get Herman at once. Jurges will return to the Cubs at the end of the American association season. Herman is 22 and has been batting around .350 all season. LEO JENSVOLD WILL PLAY PRO FOOTBALL EMM F.TSRl'RG Leo (Monk) Jensvold, former University of Iowa football t"" ' - ' "'"--i"'"" ball this fall. He has accepted a contract offered him by the Chicago Rears of the National professional league and will report &4 W i 4 ' ,i MONK JLNSVOLD. r - ? to Play RESUME PLAY IN DOUBLES MEET Lott and Doeg Continue Match With Wood, Shields. BROOKLYN, MASS. (.-Pj A heavy downpour of rain during the night left the Longwood Bowl 1 tennis courts in such condition Friday that officials of the I'nit-ed States Lawn Tennis association postponed until Tuesday the finals of the golden jubilee national doubles championship tennis matches. BROOKLINE, MASS. (CF.) George Lott, jr., of Chicago, and John Doeg of Newark, N. J., must come from behind today if they are to remain in the battle for the national men's doubles tennis title. Sidney B. Wood, jr., and Frank X. Shields of New York split their first two sets with Lott and Doeg in the quarterfinals Thursday and were leading 4 games to 3, when rain halted the play. The lead was obtained by breaking Lott's service, thus making them favorites to win the set and assume a 2-1 lead in the match when play is resumed today. In a semifinal match today Wil-nier Allison of Austin, Tex., and John Van Ryn of Philadelphia will oppose Clifford Sutter of New Orleans and Bruce Barnes of Austin, Tex. Allison and Van Ryn eliminated the strong English team of Frederick J. Perry and George P. Hughes in the quarterfinals, while Sutter and Barnes scored the first upset in ousting Ellsworth Vines, jr., and Keith Gledhill of California. THURSDAY'S GAMES NATIONAL LEAGI'E. At Pittsburgh, first time- R H. E Chiraeo 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0-2 4 0 PitT.hurh ,0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 - 3 10 l Batteries Pweetland and Hartnett: Spencer and Phillips. Second game Tt H E Chirazo 0 1 1 0 t 0 0 8 0-11 lfi 0 Pitrsb'trch OO2OOQ110-4 7 0 Batteries Mav. Welch and Hmsley . Brume Osborn. Swetonic and Phillips. At Philadelphia R. H E Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 05 10 2 Plvladeinlr.a ...3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 fi n 1 Bat tenet KoId and Suk"fortlv Bolen. Wart. MilliKin. J Elliott and McCurdy. (Only games scheduled.) AMERICAN LEAGI'E. At Detroit R. H. E Chicaso 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 I 04 11 3 De'roit 1 4 0 0 0 1 2 1 9 1.1 2 Bnt series Caraway. Thomas. Weiland, Bowler. Lyons and Tate. Sorrell and Hay-won h At Cleveland R. H E. Sv Louis 00001000 0 1 4 1 Cleveland 06302000 II 13 1 Batteries-Coftman. stile. Braxton and BeiiKOUuh: Ferreil and Mvatt. (Only games scheduled.! AMFKICAN ASSOCIATION. At Minneapolis R H. E. t.oiii-ville 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 9 0 Minneapolis ... 1 2 0 0 4 1 1 3 "--12 19 0 Batteries Wilkinson. Williams and inompson: wnry and Grlliin. At Kansas City R H E Tn trln ftfnftnfilt1 on Kansas City . .03000010 4 10 1 j Batteries Bach man. Rvan. Tata and ueormer; uononue and Facden. At Milwaukee R. H E Columbus 0 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 09 12 0 Milwaukee 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 06 IS 1 Batteries Krkpyt. I.ittlejohn and H-nklf. Stiely. Nelson, Knott, Gearin and Crouch. At St. Paul R.H E Trdianapoas 00000002 0 1 fi O St Psui (10 0 10 0 4 0 "5 12 0 BatTer.e B-irweii. Morreli and Angler; Murphy and Snyder, WESTERN LEAGI'E. At Oklahoma City R H E Dr-mr 20001200 0 5 9 0 Uklahomi Ci 1 0 0 0 0 2 7 0 10 18 1 Batteries C.raf. Porter. Lamanske and Vargas: Logan. Jones and Hauser. Second same R.H.E Denver .. ., .0 00400 1 5 7 2 Ok'ahnrr-ft C;tv ....0 1 2 4 0 0 7 II 1 Batter ip Becker and Wilson; Waller. Jom and Long. Af Wirhita v u v Pueblo 002000101 1 13 3 Wichita .... .1 0 1000020 04 10 0 Batteries Harrow. McKaine and Clark; Cottrane and Rego. At St. Joseph R H E Omaha 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 03 6 2 St Joseph .. , OOOOnjflfl 14 8 2 Batteries Carlsen and Collins; Tut-wiler and Millie s. TEXAS LEAGI'E. 'Dallas .6-1. Galveston ...... 5-0 .San Antonio . . . . 8-4: Shreveport 7-3 V Fort' Worth ... .9: Beaumont 3 Houston ,.,.,,10-18. Wiftiut FaUl ,.. 8-7 for Qolf Croivn CHICAGO PLAYER IS ELIMINATED IN LONG BATTLE Kansas City Stars Wins, 5 and 4; Rival Forced to Limit for Victory. HIGHLAND FAUK, ILL. (.T) Mrs. O. S. Hill of Kansas City won a thrilling overtime match from Virginia Van Wie of C'hiraRo, 1 up In 19 holes Friday to become finalist with Mrs. Leona Fresslcr of S'an Gabriel, Cal., in the women's western golf championship. Mrs. Pressler romped into the final by defeating June Reebe, an other Cbicanoan, 5 and 4. Mrs. Hill won on the nineteenth hole in the face of a heavy wind which made good golf impossible. Miss Van Wie sKished her second out of bounds on the nineteenth and took a 6 to get on the green. Mrs. Hill was over the green on her fourth, played Fafely and wound up with a 7 to win on the par 5 hole. THE CARDS PRESSLER-BEl: BE MATCH. Out .555 5 5 4 3 4 1 10 .5 5055444 4- 42 .6 5655445 444 Pressler Miss Beebe 6 In Par 5 4 4 3 4 Mrs Pressler .5 4 4 5 4 Miss Beebe . .5 4 5 0 5 H1I.L-VAX WIE MATCH. Out - Mrs. Hill ... 6 6 7 5 5 4 4 5 3-45 Miss Van Wie .6 5446444 441 In Mrs. Hill 5 4 4 3 4 5 6 4 4 3!) Miss Van Wie ..5 5444556 4 12 Extra hole Mrs. Hill . . ,.7 M.ss Van Wie . .8 HILL-VAN WIE Miss Van Wie and Miss Hill halved the first hole in sixes. Miss Van Wie laid her rival a dead sivmie on the second to win with a par five and no one up Mrs. Hill smt two successive shots in the i;tne on the third am! picked up. conceding ! he hole when Miss Van Wie landed on the green In two. Another stymie grue Miss n Wie the fourth with a bmhe four. Mrs, Hill stopped Miss Van Wie's suiprisinir romp on the 400-yard fifth hv winnmR the hole m pur five as Miss Van Wie dubbed her approach. Thev halved the sixth and seventh but Miss Van Wie boosted her le.d to three up on the eighth when Mrs. Hill missed a two-foot putt to prt a five, cne over par. Mrs Htil reduced iVr handicap to two bv winning the ninth with a par three as Miss Van Wie s tee- shot was short. The tenth was halved in easy par five Mrs. Hill reduced her mal's marein to one on the 330 yard eleventh when Miss Van Wie missed a three-foot putt and lost the hole to a par four. Both were on in two and down for par fours on the Cfi5 vard twelfth, both their approach putts missing the hole by two feet. Mrs. Hill squared the match on the short thirteenth bv rammini; in a one putter, wmnine the hole with a par three and thev halvpd the fourteenth in par. Mi3 Van Wie broke the deadlock by winning the sixteenth and goinK one up Mrs. Hill. howeer. threw the match into a deadlock asain bv winning the seventeenth w ith a birdie four. A fine brassie third into the teeth of the wind sailed her ball four feet from the cup. Miss Van Wie's third was short and her fourth stopped 30 feet from the pin. After rrussinsr the outt she conceded the hole to Mrs. Hill's certain birdie. PRESSLER-BEEBE An approach dead to the pin cave Mrs. Pressler the first hole with a par five to Miss Beebe s six. They halved the second in par but on the third the Chicago cirl tossed away a chance for a win by overshooting the green as her rival sent hi second into a creek. The next two holes likewise were square. Miss Beebe landed In traps on the sixth and seventh holes but was able to halve them. She lost the eighth, however, to go two down bv hitting still another trap as Mrs. Pressler banged her third shot three feet from the cm for a par four. They halved the short ninth in fours, Mrs. Pressler rounams the turn two up. The tenth and eleventh were even in pars. Both were off the green on tne twelfth, with their second but Mrs. Pressler smacked her approach three feet irom the cup and won the hole to go three tip. On the short thirteenth Mrs. Pressler hit her tec shot into the water, while Miss Beebe was just off the green, Mrs. Press or, snooting tnree. aroppea ner iounn ir et of the pin but Miss Beebe overshot the green into a trap, took three shots to get out and had to concede to her rival's snaky s goinp lour down The uneven match ended in the four teenth green when Miss Beebe, unusually nervous, took a five to Mrs. Pressler's par lour. J. N. LELEIVRE LEADS IN NATIONAL SHOOT V AND A LI A, O. (.-P) With a perfect score of fifty targets out of 50, the half-way mark in the Grand American handicap tiap-shooting event, J. N. Leleivre of Elgin, 111., Friday led the field in the race for the world's trap- shooting crown. Leleivre made his perfect mark from the 20-yard handicap line. Shooting from the 19-yard line, W. W. Bowyer, of Kings Mills, O., had 49 out of a possible 50. G. H. Griggs, Vincennes, Ind., with one miss, was tied with Bowyer. Sixteen shooters, with scores of 43 each, were tied for third place. Riifus King, ace 15 years, of Wirhila falls. Tex., the defending champion, seemed otit of tbe race. H missed seven targets in his first 50. The woman contingent was led by Miss Jeannette Jay of Waverly, la., the North American champion, who had 44 out of a possible 50. As the shooters started their afternoon rounds of fifty targets a slight drizzle of rain set in. LEGION TEAMS PLAY FOR CHAMPIONSHIP HOUSTON. TEX. (T) Two "kid" baseball teams South Chicago and Columbia, S. C. rested in readiness to resume their fight for the championship of the world tonight. These two boy teams are sur-ivors in the American Legion baseball program. Two strong young righthanders Kneece of Columbia and Mc-Nirchy of Chicago are expecied to tangle in a pitching battle. Notables o the baseball world and of state came to wath the boy battlers meet. Amonir them were Kenesaw M. Landis, hign commissioner of baseball: Mike Sexton, president of the National Association of Minor League Baseball Clubs, and R. T. O'Neil, commander of the American Legion. California recognizes Ed Lewis as wrestling champion. Else- where Jim Londos hold, the Utle.jnn STARS FOR LOCALS KVf I ill! iff FRANK BOGGS Cubhrr tor the. Cook's Paint tram is Irmliim his mutes in Ji'it-(in 3, hai-iiiij piled vp a ..O'ti avtrate in the ynnirs pluyul to date. He milks uiiimi'i the best semi-pro eulchers in the stute. TO QUiNCY CLUB Uiek Muroiiii. rt'jht-huiid pit' tier, has been released hy the local Western league ilub. He vill be sent to the Quiitey eht'.) of til". Tltrec-I bayuc. He came to the Demons from Minneapolis. TO JOIN PACKERS 11 aldo Don Carlos. All-Western center on the Drake university football team last full, vill leave .Sunday for Green Bay, Wis., where he Kill play professional football with the Green Bay Backers this fall. The Green Bay team iron the championship of the national professional teams in 1!2'J (uid 1030. STANDINGS OF CLUBS WESTERN LEAGI'E. W. L. Pct.l V.: L. Pet. D. Moines 37 15 .712 Okla. cfty 24 26 .488 Sr. Joe .10 20 .60(1 Topeka 23 25 .419 Wichita 26 24 .520 Denver 19 30.38S Fueolo 27 25 ,519;Omaha 16 26 .381 YESTERDAY S RESULTS. Des Moines 16: Toceka U St. Joseph 4; Omaha 3 Oklahoma City. 10-7; Denver I 5-5 Pueblo 5; Wichita 4 GAMES TODAY. Omaha at Ok. City Puehlo at Topekn Denver at WichitaiD. Moines at St, Joe. NATIONAL LEAGUE. o. , - v- L- Prt 1 W L. Pet St. LOUIS 81 44 .648 Boston 53 65 47 New York 70 53 ,5C1 P t'shureh 58 67 .4B4 Chicaeo 70 59 .54,1 Phlla. 51 72 4.'4 Brooklyn 67 60 .528 Cincinnati 44 81 ,3oJ YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Pltt.stv.irsh 3-4; ChScico 2-11 Philadelphia .. . 6; Cincinnati 6 Only saines scheduled. GAMES TODAY. Pittsburgh at St. L.'Or.ly tame scheduled AMFRlrAN LEAGI'E. Phila'phia 87 .11 .7Y0 St. Louis m'w Wash inn Tt 0 Mio n.,... ca ..i w ... is t : f,i n;in H'-si,in 312 s-ieveiana fo 60 ioo CMicauo 48 ' 76 .387 YESTERDAY S RESULTS. Detroit n. r-i.i-- j Cleveland ."'.tl: St. Louis"""'"" ? Only sames scheduled. GAMES TODAY. 5,eWt J"rk .Kt.Phl'n. 'Wash'ton at Boston at. Louis at Cie land Only games scheduled AMERICAN' ASSOCIATION'. , W". L Prf v L Prt Pant si fn p-ij t -n- A ' ru $!a-C"J li 63 Colii'mbus 64 68 :5 Ind n no s 69 61 siii m-...i.. c MnWukee 66 65 :io4IToledo 63 82 '.33 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Columbus 9: Milwauke- g t Paul 5; TndianaDolls . 3 Kansas Cilv 4: Toledo ... 2 Minneapolis 12; Louisville 'j . . , GAMKS TODAY. Jncl n p lis at Mil kee-Louisville at K C Toledo at St. Paul Col bus at Mia'polTi MISSISSIPPI VALLEY LEAGUE - - w- L- Pct ' v.' L Pot C Rapids 64 43 .598 Waterloo 52 62' WW Keokuk 6143.5S7R Xn i '74 Moline 5 -521 Dubuoiie 43 62 411) 52 00 .510 Davenport 43 64 .402 B'lmgton YESTERDAY S RESULTS. Rork island at Davenport .. Dubuoue at E irh-zton Waterloo at Keokuk Cedar Rapirtj st Mj,np . . .Raia . . Ra.n . . -Rain Piayed in doub:eheader Wednesday GAMES TODAY. Keokuk at Mol:ne B l eton at Da nport R. Is.and at Wat loo C. Rapids at Djoucua COAST LEAGUE. W I Prf St. . Port!ir.d 30 24 5 Los Ang. 2? 26 San Fran. 30 24 .616 Seattle 26 27 V.l I Oakland 29 25 I Hollywood 26 25 7 Sac mrn:o ?5 in a"-i 528 Miss-ons 21 32 .'390 YESTERDAYS PFCi-iTQ San Francisco ..12; Portland .' 7 Oakland .4: Missions ........ 2 -4: Sacramento ...".3 Hollywood Lis Anccles Twe.ve innings. a, oeame 3 INTERNATIONAL I FAGl'E. Montreai 14.0- li-adine rsev : Roi-ister Ntwark 13. Buffalo SOUTHERN ..SSOCI TIO V Jirmlnnhara ... 9. Mfmrhts Cnaltanooga 7. Now Orleans"; Knoxvilie . 8 Na-.hvi' e Atlanta 11-3: Little Rock';" .3-4 .. 1 ..'.2 . . 7 .. 0 THREE-I LEAGUE. 7: Sprine'ieid Decatur Eransville 0: Quincy if 14

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